Stephanie Paige "Symmetry Of Nature" Solo Show

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Symmetry of Nature by Stephanie Paige

April 25th through May 20th, 2015, Contemporary Fine Arts Gallery in La Jolla, California presents the biggest and brightest solo show for Stephanie Paige, featuring her all new works. The show's opening reception will be April 25th from 6-9 pm.

Stephanie Paige has shown through her work a passion for all things in nature. Her abstract landscape sunsets and majestic ocean views have been the focus of her success. Stephanie's newest works, Zen Gardens, focuses in on the peaceful, meditative balance of nature and the harmony of the universe. The pieces incorporate nature by literally using eucalyptus tree branch and leaf impressions, taken from her own yard, leaving behind a relief impression on both the art and the beholder. With water color-like softness, the palette belies what is underneath, with layers of texture and marble dust plaster creating beauty that conveys peace and symmetry.

Symmetry, balance, proportion, harmony are terms used, particularly in the arts, to denote qualities based upon a correspondence or agreement, usually pleasing, among the parts of a whole. This definition defines Stephanie Paige's latest works and is the defining factor of true artistry. Seeing beauty and balance in all beings, both seen and unseen. To invoke those feelings within us that let us know that we are whole and balanced in our own lives. Her work does not need to be defined by proportion or balance in the typical sense, but it is found in the sense of oneness with all things in nature and most importantly within.

Webster says that, "Proportion depends less upon equality of parts than upon that agreement among them that is determined by their relation to a whole." Stephanie Paige exemplifies this with the understanding that the sum of all our parts creates the balance that one seeks.

Written by Doug Morgano and will be Featured in Aprils American Art Collector Magazine.
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